A short netnography of edutwitter

This post is an extract from a module I wrote for my MA. The module is entitled 'A netnography of digital interactions and disruptions' and you can download it from this┬álink. Due to the instant communicative possibilities that the internet, social media and mobile technologies now provide to the public, we are connected to other … Continue reading A short netnography of edutwitter

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The schoolification of EYFS and the demise of play-based learning.

Painting? Thinking? Learning? Playing? All of these?Before I taught in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), I would jest that this learning through play malarkey was just playing. How on earth could a teacher focus in such a noisy and chaotic environment? How could someone actually make sense of what was happening whilst the children … Continue reading The schoolification of EYFS and the demise of play-based learning.

Favourite education blogger posts of 2017

2017 has been quite a year for Education bloggers. These posts have questioned my beliefs in education, they have informed me and made me think. Best of all, they have caused a ripple in Education in England. A ripple that that demonstrates schools can do things differently whilst achieving fantastic outcomes for their students and … Continue reading Favourite education blogger posts of 2017